• 18Jul

    New health regions an important step in providing integrated healthcare locally

    Paul Reid, HSE CEO, has welcomed today’s announcement by Minister Simon Harris of six new health regions for Ireland, as part of the implementation of SláinteCare.

  • 16Jul

    Statement by Professor Brian MacCraith, Chairperson, CervicalCheck Rapid Review

    CEO, Paul Reid, has commissioned rapid review of an incident within CervicalCheck. Here is the statement by Professor Brian MacCraith

  • 16Jul

    CervicalCheck Update

    The HSE learned last week that Quest Diagnostics had failed to send test results to the GPs of around 800 women. The tests were on samples which were retested because their original mRNA HPV test was carried out outside the manufacturer’s recommended timeframe.

  • 15Jul

    HSE welcomes extra €1,000,000 in funding grants to support older people

    As part of a joint initiative by Jim Daly, Minister for Older People and the HSE Services for Older People, an extra €1million in funding is being made available to community and voluntary groups to continue to support older people, family carers and significant others to stay well and remain connected with their local community.

  • 15Jul

    CervicalCheck Rapid Review

    CEO, Paul Reid, has commissioned an immediate rapid review of an incident within CervicalCheck, the cervical screening programme, where HPV test results were not issued, or were delayed, for some women and their GPs. 

  • 12Jul

    HSE Statement - PNA industrial action deferred

    The HSE welcomes the Psychiatric Nurses Association’s decision this evening to defer industrial action and looks forward to engaging with the PNA in the coming week with a view to resolving the issues under discussion.

  • 12Jul

    HSE Statement: CervicalCheck - July 12th 2019

    The HSE and CervicalCheck are responding to an issue within our cervical screening service, where HPV test results were not issued or were delayed for some women and their GPs. This issue relates to one of Quest Diagnostics’ laboratories based at Chantilly in Virginia, USA.

  • 12Jul

    HSE Statement - CervicalCheck

    The HSE and CervicalCheck are responding to an issue within our screening service, where one of Quest Diagnostics’ laboratories based at Chantilly in Virginia, USA, have delayed issuing cervical screening results to some women and their GPs, due to IT problems in how result letters were electronically triggered.

  • 8Jul

    HSE Know, Check, Ask campaign - safermeds.ie

    The HSE has today (Monday, 8th July 2019) launched a campaign called Know, Check, Ask and a tool for the public to help improve the safe use of medicines.

  • 3Jul

    HSE’s mychild.ie is born on the 4th of July

    Tomorrow, Thursday, 4th July 2019 marks the launch of a new HSE campaign introducing mychild.ie, the new pregnancy, baby and toddler health website and books